Originally Posted by ann
Could be a "fat" roll. Very common with 120 film.
Be sure you remove the film from the camera in dim light and it is rolled tightly , or a "fat" roll can be the results.
Wouldn't that cause the affected areas to be over-exposed, though? (white instead of black in the positive image).
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